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Should I buy the Simmon's SD9K drum kit?

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  • Should I buy the Simmon's SD9K drum kit?

    Im wondering if I should buy the Simmon's SD9K drum kit. Im not a serious drummer but I am interested in electronic drums and I have played drums for 4 years now. I need to know if you guys think it's worth the money and if I should get it.


    Thanks,

    Jakedrummer11

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    Save your money and buy a used Roland or Yamaha kit. I don't think you will be happy with the Simmons and will end up wanting one of the above. Then the Simmons won't be easy to sell. Gook luck !
    www.myspace.com/tongueingrooveTd 20 Purple Fade V Session Cy15, 2x Cy14, Cy8, Asi+ Crown k2 amps, BBE max. Legion 15's, Madison 18 subs, Tama,Yamaha hardware.
    Your never as good or bad as you think you are !

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    • #3
      I have some Simmons MTX9 bits whilst they are funky and retro there loud and quite hard on the wrists.

      I would go down the Roland path too it's much more user friendly and you can build your own eDrums with the help of everyone here.

      Good luck

      N.
      TD-12 VEX TMC-6 A2E kit 16 pieces and growing and a cursed left handed child of the devil.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by SIZZLE View Post
        Save your money and buy a used Roland or Yamaha kit. I don't think you will be happy with the Simmons and will end up wanting one of the above. Then the Simmons won't be easy to sell. Gook luck !


        Thanks for the advice, i think I'll take it provided i can get the money. Any particular roland kit? Yamaha? let me know. I dont really know where i can get used kits but I'll look

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        • #5
          Hi Jakedrummer11,

          Before you spend your money check out "Jobeky Drums"

          Excellent mesh head kits, well made, true value for money and Colin who runs Jobeky Drums is a top guy.

          Here's the Link: www.jobekydrums.co.uk

          Hope this helps.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by jakedrummer11 View Post
            Thanks for the advice, i think I'll take it provided i can get the money. Any particular roland kit? Yamaha? let me know. I dont really know where i can get used kits but I'll look
            depending on what country you are in, you can look on ebay, or craigslist, or keep an idea on the classifieds here on this forum...as to which kit, it depends on your budget...a TD3 or 6 is a good intoductory kit, the TD-9 is a brilliant mid range, if you have the money, everyone really wants a TD 20---- just make sure to get a mesh snare (lots here will also say mesh for the toms, but I am quite happy with rubber pad toms)...

            I cant speak for the yamahas, which is why only roland mentioned above...
            TD9+6v with Diamond Electronic pads, and cowbell.
            ATH-50m headphones, VEX packs
            not to mention keyboards, guitars, basses, and cats

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